• CLIENT:
    Rönesans Holding
  • LOCATION:
    Yüreğir District in Adana Province, South Turkey
  • CAPITAL VALUE:
    $600m
  • STATUS:
    On Site and Under Construction
  • CATEGORY:
    PPP Procured Health Campus

Main Hospital building is the world’s biggest seismic isolated structure.

Adana Integrated Health Campus has been proposed by the Turkish Ministry of Health as part of their Public Private Partnership (PPP) initiative to serve the Adana, Hatay and Osmaniye province. IJ Global selected the project as Europe’s best PPP financing project in 2014 and SHP has been supporting Rönesans as their healthcare planning advisors.

The Project comprises of an Integrated Health Campus with a total capacity of 1,550 beds consisting of 3 hospitals covering an area of 436,000 m2. The Main Hospital comprises of 1,300 beds across all specialties, the Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Hospital has 150 beds and a High Security Criminal Psychiatric Hospital which comprises of 100 beds and has been based upon the principles developed by SHP as part of the Turkish National Mental Health Programme.

The Main Hospital consists of four patient tower blocks surrounding a common core for its specialist accommodation and provides a 182 bedded Oncology Hospital, a 185 bedded Cardiology and Cardiovascular Hospital, a 349 bedded Women’s/Maternity & Paediatrics Hospital and a 584 bedded General Hospital.

SHP Roles and Responsibilities

SHP supported Rönesans and their architectural team by undertaking a full and detailed review of architectural drawings at 1:500 and 1:200, reviewing models of care and providing a full suite of reports detailing findings. SHP created Room Data Sheets for standard rooms and generated evidence-based information to enable the client to seek Ministry of Health approval to proposed changes to the Project Brief. The revalidation process provided a full facilities management review of the scheme including flows and accommodation to create a detailed report of findings and recommendations. SHP was pleased to help support and facilitate the workshops and presentations held in Ankara.